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Fresh Air, L.P. Blog : Archive for November, 2016

FAQ: What Do Our Technicians Actually Look for During Furnace Inspection?

Monday, November 28th, 2016

The number one reason we recommend that our customers have furnace maintenance done at least once a year is for safety. This is the most important factor there is to using any major appliance, especially those are powered by natural gas.

Unfortunately, though the risks are not as high as they used to be, there is the possibility that carbon monoxide can leak into your home when you use your heater. This is particularly true if it’s not maintained properly. And you aren’t completely risk free if you use an electric-powered system either—electrical fires are a very real risk.

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Factors to Consider When Replacing Your Air Conditioner

Monday, November 21st, 2016

In Texas, we’re known for our heat, with summer temperatures reaching triple digits. Hopefully, your air conditioning system got you through this past summer effectively and efficiently. However, if you’ve come to realize that your AC system just isn’t able to perform as it used to anymore, or if it unexpectedly gave out on you, then it’s important that you contact a member of our staff right away.

We can help you select a new AC and ensure it’s suited well for your home. Keep reading about some of the factors we consider when helping you with this important purchase.

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Should Your Heat Pump be Maintained Twice a Year?

Sunday, November 13th, 2016

As we’ve discussed here, and you’ve probably read or heard elsewhere too, regular preventive maintenance is essential to ensuring that your climate control systems are in good working order. However, not all HVAC systems have the same maintenance requirements.

For example, if you’ve used a heat pump to stay cool this summer, you might think that you don’t need to schedule maintenance for it again until next spring. However, heat pump systems need maintenance more often than other standard heating and cooling systems. Keep reading to learn more about why that is.

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Schedule Your Ductless System Maintenance Today

Monday, November 7th, 2016

It may seem too soon to begin thinking about our heating systems, but if our chillier nights are any indication, winter is on its way. Although our great state is mostly known for its heat, winter can pack quite the punch. Therefore, it’s important to be prepared. One way to ensure that you are is by scheduling maintenance for your ductless heating and cooling system.

Perhaps you’re thinking, “But I already did this in spring.” Ductless systems are different from conventional air conditioners or furnaces in that they are a two-in-one system. This means that they require maintenance more than just once a year, as they work far longer throughout the year than their traditional counterparts.

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Tips for Improving Heating Efficiency

December 17, 2018

By adequately maintaining your heating system, you’ll always get the best quality conditioned air from your system.

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“Why Won’t My Heat Pump Switch Modes?”

December 3, 2018

So you tried switching to heating mode on your heat pump, but nothing happened. Now what?

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